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Jean Seberg

Jean Seberg


Birthdate: November 13, 1938

Deathdate: September 8, 1979

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Jean Dorothy Seberg  (November 13, 1938 – August 30, 1979) was an American actress. She starred in 37 films in Hollywood and in France, including Breathless (1960), the musical Paint Your Wagon (1969) and the disaster film Airport (1970). Description above from the Wikipedia article Jean Seberg,  licensed under CC-BY-SA,full list of contributors on Wikipedia. ...detailed bio

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The Corruption of Chris Miller (1973)

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Airport (1970)

This film was based on the novel by Arthur Hailey. With attention to the detail of day-to-day airport and airline operations, the plot concerns the response to a paralyzing snowstorm, environmental concerns over noise pollution, and an attempt to blow up an airliner. Demolition expert D.O. Guerre...
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Macho Callahan (1970)

Placed behind bars during the war, Diego Callahan, also known as "Macho," travels to Texas looking for the man responsible for his imprisonment. He quarrels with a one-armed Army colonel named Mountford and kills him, observed by Alexandra, the officer's wife. Vowing vengeance, she immediately pu...
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Paint Your Wagon (1969)

When a wagon crashes into a ravine, prospector Ben Rumson finds two adult male occupants, brothers, one of whom is dead and the other of whom has a broken arm and leg. As the first man is about to be buried, gold dust is discovered at the grave site. Ben stakes a claim on the land and adopts the ...
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Who's Got the Black Box? (1967)

La route de Corinthe (The Road to Corinth, also released as Who's Got the Black Box?) is a 1967 spy film directed by Claude Chabrol.
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Line of Demarcation (1966)

A small village in the Jura is split by the river Loue which creates the line of demarcation between Nazi occupied France and freedom. A French officer, Pierre (Ronet), is released by the Nazi soldiers to find his chateau converted into a German command centre. Whilst he is obliged to co-operate ...
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A Fine Madness (1966)

Samson Shillitoe, a poet, lives in Greenwich Village with Rhoda, a waitress who stands by him through all his troubles. When Samson cannot find the inspiration to finish his latest poem, he becomes belligerent and depressed. Samson is continually pursued by a debt collector after his late alimony...
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Moment to Moment (1965)

Kay Stanton (Jean Seberg) lives on the French Riviera with her psychiatrist husband Neil Stanton (Arthur Hill) and son Tommy (Peter Robbins). One day while Neil is away, Kay meets an American naval ensign, Mark (Sean Garrison), and they begin an affair. Kay realises she does love her husband and ...
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Lilith (1964)

Set in a private mental institution, it tells of a trainee occupational therapist Vincent Bruce (Beatty) who becomes dangerously obsessed with a seductive, very able, schizophrenic patient Lilith Arthur (Seberg). After engineering the suicide of another patient (Fonda) out of jealousy for his cr...
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Les plus belles escroqueries du monde (1964)

Les plus belles escroqueries du monde (English: The World's Most Beautiful Swindlers) is a 1964 film composed of four segments, each of which was created with a different set of writers, directors, and actors.
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Les grandes personnes (1961)

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Breathless (1960)

Michel (Jean-Paul Belmondo) is a young petty criminal who models himself on the film persona of Humphrey Bogart. After stealing a car in Marseille, Michel shoots a policeman who has followed him onto a country road. Penniless and on the run from the police, he turns to his American girlfriend Pat...
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The Mouse That Roared (1959)

The tiny (three miles by five miles) European Duchy of Grand Fenwick, supposedly located in the Alps between Switzerland and France, proudly retains a pre-industrial economy, dependent almost entirely on making Pinot Grand Fenwick wine. However, an American winery makes a knockoff version, "Pinot...
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Bonjour tristesse (1958)

On the French Riviera, Cécile (Jean Seberg) is a decadent young girl who lives with her rich playboy father, Raymond (David Niven). Anne (Deborah Kerr), a mature and cultured friend of Raymond's late wife, arrives at Raymond's villa for a visit. Cécile is afraid that Anne will disrupt the undisci...
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Saint Joan (1957)

In 1456, Charles VII, experiences dreams in which he is visited by Joan of Arc, the former commander of his army, burned at the stake as a heretic twenty-five years earlier. In the dream he tells Joan that her case was retried and her sentence annulled. He recalls how she entered his life as a si...